• Technical Conference:  09 – 12 October 2023
  • Science + Industry Showcase:   09 – 11 October 2023
  • Greater Tacoma Convention Center, Tacoma, Washington, USA
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Theme: Quantum Technologies

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Quantum-related topics have quickly become an essential component of conference technical content — a recognition of its promise of stronger encryption, enhanced computational power and improved and novel sensors, as well as increased funding for quantum initiatives throughout the world.

FiO presented two dedicated topic categories that examined the latest theoretical developments and experimental implementations in areas such as quantum computing, quantum sensing for industry and fundamental physics and quantum communications.

2022 Program Committee

FiO 3 – Quantum Electronics

Karan Mehta, Cornell University, USA, Subcommittee Chair

LS 2 – Quantum Science

Nick Vamivakas, University of Rochester, USA, Subcommittee Chair

Visionary Speakers – Quantum Technologies

  • Mercedes Gimeno-Segovia

    Mercedes Gimeno-Segovia

    Vice President, System Architecture, PsiQuantum, USA

  • Maria Spiropulu

    Maria Spiropulu

    Shang-Yi Ch'en Professor of Physics, California Institute of Technology, USA

Invited Speakers

FiO 3 – Quantum Electronics

Hannes Bernien, University of Chicago, United States
A Dual Species Atom Array Quantum Processor

Benjamin Brecht, Universität Paderborn, Germany
Time-Multiplexed Photonic Quantum Systems

William Burton, Quantinuum, United States
Toward Scaling Trapped Ion Quantum Computers: Simultaneous Junction Transport of Qubit and Coolant Ions

Lukasz Dusanowski, Princeton University, United States
Individual Rare Earth Ions in Nanophotonic Structures for Quantum Networks Applications

Liang Feng, University of Pennsylvania, United States
Orbital Angular Momentum of Microlaser

Ido Kaminer, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Free-Electron Radiation in the Form of Optical Cat and GKP States

Xiaoying Li, Tianjin University, China
Quantum Enhanced Measurement Using SU(1,1) Nonlinear Interferometers

Yongmin Liu, Northeastern University, United States
Accelerating the Design of Photonic Metamaterials by Deep Learning

Galan Moody, University of California Santa Barbara, United States
Beyond Silicon: Integrated Quantum Photonics with AlGaAs-on-Insulator

Stefania Sciara, Inst de l'Info Scientifique et Technique, Canada
On-Chip Generation and Telecom-Compatible Processing of Complex Photonic Systems in Time and Frequency

Matteo Secli, University of California Berkeley, United States
Disorder-Enhanced Nonlinear Topological Photonics

Paul Seidler, IBM Research GmbH, Switzerland
Microwave-Optical Transduction with Integrated Gallium Phosphide Devices

Moe Soltani, Raytheon BBN Technologies, United States
Prospects of Cryogenic Photonic Integrated Circuits for Scalable Classical and Quantum Sensing and Computing Systems

Caterina Vigliar, DTU Fotonik, Denmark
Error Protection for Photonic Qubits on a Silicon Chip

LS 2 – Quantum Science

Todd Krauss, University of Rochester, United States
Generated from Strong Coupling between CdSe Nanoplatelets and a Dielectric Optical Cavity

Stefan Preble, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States
Foundry Fabricated Quantum Integrated Photonics

Kathy-Anne Soderberg, US Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
Interfacing Trapped Ion Qubits with Integrated Photonic Circuits